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    Nah, it earned its stories with the old skirt on it, not sure now.
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    Not convinced yet keeping the old stock,first shot at 100 missed
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    Chuck the old stock back on. More character


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    Not convinced yet keeping the old stock,first shot at 100 missed
    The cheek weld position is lower, you will need to get used to it by shooting it more. Come back and tell us how it is going one hundred critters from now. You have seven days and then we will apply the fantail in flight test.
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    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
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    @Dundee You can bloody shoot there is no doubt about it, I wouldn't have changed the stock though. Why fix what isn't broken?
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    [QUOTE=Dundee;781506]Rebirth of the old rifle
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    Looks like the barrel is bent. Makes your efforts even more impressive. How do you do at shootin' round corners?

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    [QUOTE=Max Headroom;781650]
    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    Rebirth of the old rifle
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    Looks like the barrel is bent. Makes your efforts even more impressive. How do you do at shootin' round corners?
    Yeh I saw that as well. Surely it has to be an optical illusion caused by the background.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    [QUOTE=Rushy;781655]
    Quote Originally Posted by Max Headroom View Post

    Yeh I saw that as well. Surely it has to be an optical illusion caused by the background.
    Thought so. the other pics look straight enough.

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    [QUOTE=Max Headroom;781650]
    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    Rebirth of the old rifle
    Attachment 102631

    Looks like the barrel is bent. Makes your efforts even more impressive. How do you do at shootin' round corners?
    Perhaps it is bent and the forend pressure from the old stock brings it straight, Max ??

    I see these rifle upgrading efforts from Dundee and that's all very well and good, but I haven't seen any time devoted to the 'Hare at 190 odd metres' repeat the shot challenge yet. There is time for Balloon shooting and other sidetracking but no time to maintain your honour Dundee.
    How about as penance you provide a full unopened jug of Watties 'Train-smash' as a target for one of the next forum shoots ??? Oh and you be tied in a chair with your eyes taped open and forced to watch every shot !!

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    @Dundee, send me the old stock and I'll do it up for you. PM me.
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    That stock would make I nice trophy, furthest one shot glove kill. Maybe added to the Toby shoot. Start at 100 everyone has one shot each, those that hit go onto the next round to say 120m and so on in till only one left. Dundee will end up taking it home anyway judging by the way he shoots.
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    Took my .22 out to 120yards today have to admit I have been sceptical that I could shoot it that far out but it was easy and I have no doubt 200yd accurate shots are more than achievable, next time bigger paddock
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    My kids all did there p.b today got them out to 60yds was gonna give them a go at 100yds too but it started to hose down.
    I usually just set up at 25-30 yds for the kids.

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    I’m taking my .22 next time I go to the range.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2post View Post
    I’m taking my .22 next time I go to the range.
    So much fun and the ammo is dirt cheap
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2post View Post
    I’m taking my .22 next time I go to the range.
    Wonder if you can get .22LR loaded with CETME style VLD, extra gyroscopically stable, projectiles.



    Anyone got a mini CNC lathe? (-:
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